I've been dealing a while with this inconvenient and i don't know how to handle it.
I have a custom form that the people of my organization made and i want to publish it in the Standard Form Library but i don't know how to give permissions to anyone to publish in that Library.
When i'm in Oulook and i want to use a form, the procedure is the typical:
Click the New Items option in the New group (on the Home tab), "More Elements" and "Choose Form". Then, in the Choose Form dialog box i see the Standard Form Library available to select a template/form to open
The problem is when i need to publish something in that Library. I have already my custom form (.oft file) ready to be published but when i try to publish with the option "Publish as" in the Developer tab i see the "Publish as" dialog box but is not available the Standard Form Library, it's like hidden. It doesn't give the option to publish in that Library, i just see the Personal Forms Library and some other ones available. I assume that is a permission issue, but where?? How do i give permissions to someone to publish in that Library?
I tried creating a new Public Folder in the Public Folder Management Console in my Exchange, and there is no problem with that. It appears available for the users but the requirement is to publish in the Standard Form Library!!
According to this KB article "Forms that are published to this library are accessible to everyone in the organization as long as they are given permissions to the library by the administrator" but it doesn't say how to give that permissions?!:
*Relating to this KB, is the Standard form Library the same as Organizational Forms Library??
We have Outlook 2010/Exchange 2010 deployed in our Organization
Thanks a lot 4 your help